Camden Passage

This North London thoroughfare has been a central location for antiques shops and centres since the 1950s.

Today it is home to traders in areas as diverse as jewellery to Japanese prints.

Visit the Camden Passage website for more information.

Strong seasonal trade at Camden Passage

13 February 2007

THERE’S post-festive joy in Camden Passage, as Mike Weedon, spokesman for the Camden Passage Association, reports that many of the dealers who’ve been trading there for 30 years had their best Christmas on record.

Rent hikes force Camden Passage dealers out

11 December 2006

THE Christmas lights are now on in Camden Passage, but for some dealers this will be their last festive period in the London antiques thoroughfare.

Flowers bloom in glass

13 June 2003

DURING the 19th century, flowers played a far greater role in everyday social life than they do today, with each flower being ascribed a particular meaning and messages being passed (particularly from men to women) via blooms.

Building on quality, not just on big names

30 May 2003

AFTER three years at the Gateway Arcade in Upper Street, Islington, Modernist dealers David Tatham and Chris Reen have moved into a shop at 25 Camden Passage, N1 where they trade as Origin Modernism.